The Kip Tiernan Social Justice Fellowship

December 3, 2014       The NonProfit Times       [post_view]       0

The Kip Tiernan Social Justice Fellowship honors the lifelong work of the founder of Rosie’s Place, established in Boston 40 years ago as the first women’s shelter in the nation. The Fellowship is awarded annually to a woman to develop and carry out a special project in New England that will improve the lives of poor and homeless women and further the mission of Rosie’s Place. The Fellowship is 12 months long and is awarded on a one-time basis to an eligible woman. Fellows are paid a $40,000 stipend.


Rosies Place

Closing Date(s):

February 2, 2015

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Eligible Organizations:

Eligible projects could include the following:

  • A policy initiative or campaign
  • A creative arts program
  • The development and implementation of a needed service
  • The creation of an innovative project aimed at reducing poverty, promoting social justice and empowering poor and homeless women.